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12-21-2010 09:21 PM
outlaw7425 Yes you can. you need to jack up the front and make sure the tires are striate. then back the nut off and you an Allen to tighten it in. Do only a little at a time and stop and move the wheel in the cab see how it fills then make sure tires are striate and adjust a little more till your happy. if it is to bad it will not help much.
05-27-2008 04:03 PM
J33Pyj
Steering help please

Im getting steering play where the colom goes in to the steering box. Can i adjust the screw on top of box to tighten the worm gear?

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